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Eric L. Fritz

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Summer Songs To 'Superman' To

Since most Harvard students spent their summers either in a musically backward part of the world or trapped in investment

Top 5 Albums of the Summer

By NATHANIEL NADDAFF-HAFREY and ERIC L. FRITZ Crimson Staff Writers Junior Boys: “So This is Goodbye” At risk of taking

Yo La Tengo

Yo La Tengo I Am Not Afraid of You and I Will Beat Your Ass (Matador) 3.5 of 5 Stars

Concert Recap: Pinback

The most striking thing about Pinback’s performance at the Paradise last Saturday was the near-total absence of interesting haircuts. On

Editor's Note

Generally, it’s hard to mistake the Crimson’s music page for the Billboard chart. In the past year we have spent

Pop Screen

Prince “Black Sweat” Maybe it shouldn’t shock me that a man who once changed his name to a symbol would

Musical Animals Overtake the Roxy

The lineup for last Monday’s concert at the Roxy was more Animal Planet than MTV, as pastoral electronicists Caribou and

Does Harvard Have an Appetite for Rock and Roll?

Harvard has never been a paradise for rock and roll. Look at any bulletin board: around here, cellos are preferable

New Music: Hell Yes; Beck

After confessing his love (both explicitly and implicitly) for artists as disparate as Os Mutantes, Prince and James Taylor, Beck

Nye Toys with a New 'Game:' Fiction

The Power Game, a new novel by former Dean of the Kennedy School of Government Joseph Nye curiously inverts the

Pixies Back in Boston

The Pixies’ 12-year exile from their native Boston ended last Thursday at Avalon with what had to have been the

Students Unbottle ‘Genie’ on Cabot Stage

Genie, a wholly original musical written and directed by James W. Lawler ’04-’05 and Benjamin D. Scheuer ’04-’05, brings its

Updated Medea Frames in Double Vision

Two and a half millennia since it was first enacted, the story of Medea still has the power to captivate.

Luna’s Light Finally Dims

When Dean Wareham ’85 took the stage Friday night in front of a packed house downstairs at the Middle East,

Harvard Key To Cummings Bio

Edward Estlin Cummings ’15 once remarked that his childhood home in the shadow of Harvard was “as lively as you

Eldo Kim
Crime

News Analysis: Could Eldo Kim Return to Harvard?

Protestors on Mass Ave
Race

Seen and Heard: Harvard's March Through Cambridge

OKWELOGU
Track and Cross Country

Decorated Thrower Looks To Continue Success

Protest
Columns

Reconstruction 3.0